The name of the documentary is "Two Hundred Miles in a 15 Foot boat". Just put that in the youtube search engine if the link does not work. Thanks for viewing!
Before I punted on the bright finish on the uppers.
|Would have been easier if I had decided to paint earlier...much easier!|
|Raising the main for the first time!|
|Electronics worked great!|
|Another from the maiden voyage with Chris, the best J-29 skipper ever!|
|Made it to the Texas 200 in South Padre.|
|From the Texas 200.|
|Shot from Candy-O in the Land Cut- Texas 200.|
|Dinner on Candy-O while camping in the Land Cut. Yumm!|
|Nice shot of my Burka. The sun was intense|
|Shot of the fleet. There were 91 or so in all. Candy-O is the one on the far left with the dark sail.|
|Lasers are essential for getting the water line right.|
|The stripe changing width is most noticeable at the stern.|
|The blue boot stripe is reminiscent of the Pocketship prototype.|
|One of the chores to do while the boat is inverted.|
Glue up of boom gallow.
|Lots of holes should help the weight.|
|These two holes are for lashing the boom down.|
|Cutting a scarf joint.|